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. ♪ >>> in last year's election, the great state of utah picked a new attorney general. utah chose a republican named john swallow. there was never any doubt that he was going to win once he got the nomination, really. i mean, he was a republican in utah, he got the republican nomination, and so, he ended up winning by a lot. he got 65% of the vote. but then, john swallow was in office less than one week. john swallow was in office for six days, in fact, before he had to start fighting calls for his immediate resignation. from the very start of his time in office, he faced serious ethics allegations. one of the many, many allegations against him was that while he was a deputy attorney general, he allegedly acted as an intermediary for helping a utah business owner arrange a bribe. john swallow allegedly told this business owner that if he paid a $600,000 bribe to senate majority leader harry reid, a government investigation into his company could simply go away. so, the businessman took john swallow's advice, made a down payment on his bribe. he didn't pay it to senator reid, who said he had ab
in the 1920s. >> same-sex couples celebrate getting married in utah. the fight is not over. a hollywood thriller gets rave reviews. at what cost? a community in uproar. >> the world's newest country seems to be on the brink of civil war. 1,000 people have been killed in the south sudan. a tribal militia is mounting an offensive on a key state capital. government forces retook the city of bor. the fighting has displaced thousands of civilians. we go inside a refugee camp. >> this is one of the major u.n. camps. these people are not confident enough to return to their homes. the fighting exposed ethnic divisions in south sudan as neighbour turned against neighbour. this man watched as his brother was shot and killed. >> my brother was killed, not by soldiers, bit civilians. he belonged to an ethnic group. with thousands living here. the camp is overcrowded. a shortage of basic services, such as clean water. >> help is beginning to arrive. food and household items are being given to the displaced. >> the world food program has a challenge. >> with more displaced people seeking shelter acr
there. i'm morgan radford. those are the headlines. "america tonight" is up next. >> utah set to fight a federal ruling allowing same sex marriage in that state. consider this, will it challenge land in the u.s. supreme court potentially back firing on marriage equality opponents. >>> also, two judges with two opposing rulings on the constitutionality of nsa programs. as the courts fight it out, what does it mean for the monitoring of your telephone calls. >>> also a major casino doubles down anteing up employees salaries. >>> and smaly americans, recruited by an american offshoot. widespread group of american immigrants. hello everyone, i'm adam mace, is iting in for antonio mora. both of these issues could end up in supreme court in 2014, we're talking about same sex marriage and the nsa telephone program. just the past week, in utah, scenes like this one became pretty common. >> by the power invested in me i now pronounce you married in the state you live in with your family. you may kiss. >> now, utah's attorney general says he'll appeal that ruling by district court judge robert s
. but this one feels different. today, a federal judge in utah, yes, that utah. struck down the state's ban on same-sex marriage. the very first federal ruling since the supreme court's landmark rulings this morning. this summer. state's law prohibiting the law was unconstitutional and violated the right of the people of utah. in his ruling today, less than two and a half weeks after he first heard arguments in the case, the judge set himself a self-imposed deadline that he would rule, make a decision by january 7th. it's nowhere near january 7th and he surprised everyone when he just went ahead and ruled today in a sweeping ruling. he thought apparently, there was not only no rational reason to uphold utah's gay marriage ban, but that there was no reason to wait and so, the ruling came down. surprising everyone at 2:00 local time in utah and by 3:00 local time in utah, people were getting married in that state. people who probably thought they would never, ever, ever in their entire lives ever be able to get married in utah let alone today. does this utah decision today just feel like it's
, a federal judge in utah has refused to block his own order making same-sex marriage legal in that state. he issued the order on friday and the state was asking him to halt same sex weddings while it appeared. nbc news justice correspondent pete williams joins me. where does this stand and where does it go from here? >> where it stands now under the law same-sex marriage s are legl in utah. about 100 in salt lake city on friday, more today, lots of people in lines waiting for marriage licenses in utah, although there have been some reports that at least one county clerk will not issue them and has locked the doors. we don't know how widespread that denial is in utah. where it goes next, now the state will go to the next level up, to the tenth circuit court of appeals in denver and ask them to put the judge's ruling on hold while the state pursues an appeal. now, the judge actually has denied this three times in utah, the district court judge who issued this ruling on friday declaring the state's ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional and judge shellably declined when he wrote his own orde
storms. >>> utah's ban on same-sex marriage was back in courtar being -- after being struck down last week. alicia acuna has the story. >> reporter: the rush in utah may continue for now, after u.s. district judge robert shelby denied the state's request to halt issuances while they appeal the recent ruling that banning gay marriage is unconstitutional. >> not only can the same marriages continue but the counties where the clerks seerj refuse to issue the licenses or close their doors have now gotten a clarified ruling as to what the law in utah is and those county clerks should be starting to issue additional licenses. >> in 2004, 66% of utah voters passed amendment three which defines marriage as between a man and a woman. >> yeah, the state is disappointed in the ruling. >> the assistant attorney general told the judge, for this state marriage is about responsible pro-creation and child rearing. >> the state's interest in fostering and encouraging marriage between a man and a woman is to provide the environment that is preferred, to have children raised by their biological mother a
much. >>> talk about this: ringing in the new year as newly we did, gay couples in utah celebrating after the state's ban on same-sex marriage was over turned. the fight isn't over. now, the state says it wants the to step in. jim hooley tells us why from salt lake city utah. >> this has been the scene in utah for days, same-sex couples pouring into county clerk's offices, many turning to local officials and ministers to say, "i do". >> to feel the love and the joy and the elation of people who are finally, free to marry the person they love is beyond explanation. >> it was a shocking turn of events for a state known for traditional values? >> never thought we would see this here. >> all of this is possible by a law that challenges utah's law on same-sex marriage. >> kitchen and moody sabaty. they run a middle eastern food service. >> we were making egg plant for the farmer's market on saturday and heard the news. >> a federal judge ruled the law banning same-sex marriage was banned. it's been euphoria in the same-sex community ever since. more than 900 have obtained marriage listen
to talk about utah's ruling on same-sex marriage. but first, iran's leaders have sent out a remarkable series of tweets extending holiday greetings. may the spirit of christmas bring joy, peace and compassion to everyone throughout the coming year. merry christmas. then president rouhani, who waged offensives to the election added, may jesus christ, prophet of love and peace, bless all of us on this day, wishing merry christmas to those celebrating, especially iranian christians. even iranian's hard line supreme leader tweeted saying, jesus christ, the son of mary, of god's grace. >>> gay marriage comes to an unlikely state. will utah officials be able to stop it. >>> plus a christmas message from pope francis to atheists. we'll look at what he says and how significant it may be. just by talking to a helmet. it grabbed the patient's record before we even picked him up. it found out the doctor we needed was at st. anne's. wiggle your toes. [ driver ] and it got his okay on treatment from miles away. it even pulled strings with the stoplights. my ambulance talks with smoke alarms and pil
before they deal with resentment and understanding. >> gays getting married in utah. a couple celebrate the new ruling even though the government promises the fight is not over. >> a hollywood thriller gets rave reviews. >> into it is has been a week of celebration for many in utah. some gay couples celebrate the new year as newly weds after an overturn on same-sex marriage. the fight is not over. the state wants the u.s. supreme court to step in. jim hooley has the latest. >> it's been an incredible week for so many in utah. so many call the situation surreal. hundreds of same sex couples running out to get married. thousands turning out for a giant rally a couple of nights ago. we talk to couples. same sex couples that have been together for 15-18 years. they'll be able to move into the new year as newlyweds. the fight is not over. >> this has been the scope in utah for days. same-sex couples pouring into country clerk offices. >> to feel the love and the joy and the elation of people that are free to marry the person they love. it's beyond explanation. >> it was a shocking turn of ev
national symbol. in northern utah more than a dozen bald eagles have died this month alone. now a team of researchers from across the country is working to figure out what is behind it fearing these cases could spread. nbc's miguel almaguer has our report from bountiful utah. >> reporter: what began as a family hike through utah's rugged back country turned into a rescue. the bald eagle, one of our country's most majestic creatures, was spotted in trouble by taylor schulte and his father-in-law bob carter. >> within seconds you could tell it was a bald eagle. the distinct features. white head, big yellow beak. it was just almost immediate, that's a bald eagle down clearly it couldn't fly. >> reporter: using his go pro camera he recorded the experience. >> i have never seen a bald eagle that close. >> reporter: they delicately wrapped the bird with its six-foot wingspan and razor sharp beak. >> how cool is that? >> that is awesome. >> reporter: driving him to safety. >> how is it doing? >> nervous. never been in a car before. >> reporter: keeping the eagle calm at home until wild life e
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. >> same sex marriage has been legal in utah for a week. will a supreme court challenge change it. >> china - thousands of empty homes, yet housing prices doubled. we'll explain why. >> it's been a week of celebration for utah's gay community. hundreds of couples from granted marriage licence, after a federal judge overturned a ban on same-sex marriage. now the state is asking the supreme court to put a hold on the marriages while the appeals continue. >> earlier this week four counties refused to issue licence, jim hooley, are they on board? >> they are. it's been an incredible week. a lot of people we talked to described the situation as sewer reel. hundreds of people, same-sex couples turning out to get married. thousands turned out for a rally. we talked to couples that have been together 15-18 years, who are happy to go into the new year as newlyweds. they are celebrating but the state says the fight is not over yet. >> this has been the scope in utah for days. same-sex couples pouring into country clerk offices to get marriage licence, many turning to local officials and min
out. the school song i want to go into my jeans and t went into the sheath. and utah. i don't want the money. in july. what i'm going to one of the show when still warm up or not our problem. the issue going on the chief john schumann good you can make you weak and she captured. or to good use. you know. why don't you want. she can see the nhl. my stepson she use to get. do you hate it. gold award. the malaysian idol the nine local jobs. she ambled to one. your goal. she got to go more toward the goal line. oh yes obvious the way home. i'm going to go and you know i don't mention right. joe cole will go. bill into law. at this window with a built in one month stint in central utah. in general are a lot. paul and my mom. be patient. the chance to go snow should be me. that was legal. you can teach you get go. from there. dna. we really bonded go with jagr and the others. goa is. one of the whole weekend. it also didn't bother to mention that yet. a lot longer than it was wilma will more than the or trying to warn him up. he may be alive so what hotel to put a sock due to the foot wh
law. we'll see what the federal government has to say about this. a federal judge rules parts of utah's anti-polygamy law to be unconstitutional. the latest change to some of the country's long standing rules on love and marriage. we've got more first read ahead. who's the most popular of the potential 2016 presidential candidates in the most important state. and what washington insider has outsider credibility? >>> first a look ahead at today's politics planner. there's a lot more holiday stuff going on. look at this. 6:30 a boston tea party anniversary re-enactment. what will they be throwing into the boston harbor? you're watching "the daily rundown" only on msnbc. other than figure heads of the miami dolphins since they're frustrated. or rob gronkowski's x-rays. ♪ [ female announcer ] just about anywhere you use sugar, you can use splenda® no calorie sweetener. splenda® lets you experience the joy of sugar without all the calories. think sugar, say splenda™ life's an adventure witand it always has been. but your erectile dysfunction - it could be a question of blood flow. ci
are going to go to 9 a. november, 13-109. mariposa utah neighborhood association, appellant(s) vs. planning commission, respondent 480 potrero avenue. protesting the issuance on august 08, 2013, to reza khoshnevisan @ sia consulting corp., sec. 329 adoption of findings - large project authorization (to allow construction of new six-story, 58-foot tall building with up to 75 dwelling units, approx. 970sf of retail, and up to 47 off-street parking spaces). case no. 2011.0430xe. motion no. 18945. for hearing today. >> >> this has to do with a planning motion, 198945 and i believe that before we begin, we have to hear from two commissioners. >> commissioners, i am recusing myself on the advice from the city attorney for a conflict of interest, financial. >> >> you are asking us? >> yes. >> we need to do it one at a time? >> no, there is no motion needed, this is a conflict under the code. and so. >> yeah. >> and okay, and i am declaring a conflict as well. >> okay. >> thank you. >> okay. >> and i am extremely tired, but i am going to stick around because you all did too. >> so with that, we hav
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's massive data breach. reuters is now reporting that hackers stole encrypted bank pin numbers. utah's attorney general vows to go all of the way to the supreme court to stop same-sex marriage in the beehive state. plus, one adorable puppy's harrowing ordeal. >>> also, an historic christmas at the vatican. and santa shows off his water-skiing skills. it's wednesday, december 25th, "early today" starts right now. >>> good morning and a very merry christmas to you, i'm betty nguyen. today won't be so merry for those who didn't get their packages on time leading some to call ups the grinch that stole christmas. the company has apologized issuing a statement in part saying the volume of air packages in our system exceeded the capacity in our network, as demand was much greater than the forecast. well, it's not clear how many deliveries are effected, but ups says it's a small percentage. their drivers did not work on christmas, so most packages have to be delivered tomorrow and the company says it will have additional employees tonight to prep those shipments. customers are taking to espn
, to the controversial decision on polygamy in the state of utah. the law challenged by the family from the tv reality show "sister wives." tonight, that husband, marking a victory. and here's abc's reena ninan. >> reporter: he is the polygamist turned reality star who fled from utah to nevada with his family in 2011. days after the tlc show "sister wives" triggered a police investigation. >> love should be multiplied, not divided. because of the circumstances, we're going to move in three days. >> reporter: brown took the state of utah to court, and tonight, his family of 22 has reason to celebrate. a federal judge in utah striking down part of the state's anti-polygamy law. >> this is a triumph for privacy and continues a trend, a good trend, in this country, of mrurism and tolerance. >> reporter: while the ruling does not legalize multiple marriages, it means polygamist families who live together but don't seek multiple marriage lie senses, cannot be prosecuted. >> she's a sister from the same mister and he's a brother from another mother. >> reporter: they were open about their lives while living
moving on to the red states of utah and indiana. where will it be heading next? also, do you like to drink soda or maybe they call it pop where you're from. expert linguists have concocted a pretty amazing and simple quiz that can predict with pinpoint accuracy where americans lived based on how we talk. also, we all know that in the house, this was the most unproductive year in congress ever. there is some praise to be handed out today for the senate, something major happened there this year with potentially giant ramifications for next year, and for beyond. we're going to talk about that later. and, if it is new year, it must be bowl time. this is no ordinary time for college football. the bcs, maybe you heard of it, critics say it is one letter too long. it is the 15-year-old system for choosing a national champion. well, it is on its way out. we will tackle where this supposedly amateur sport is going in the post bcs era, that's later. but first, if you look at the history of gay marriage in the united states, you need to start in massachusetts. bluest of blue states and the f
you both. daniel, thank you for the work you're doing. >>> coming up, same-sex marriage comes to utah. how this red state may redefine this civil rights fight for the better or for the worse. stay with us. ♪ you know, ronny... folks who save hundreds of dollars by switching to geico sure are happy. and how happy are they jimmy? i'd say happier than a bodybuilder directing traffic. he does look happy. get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >>> it's amazing. we've been together almost 18 years. and my whole family is here. it's just amazing. >> the state finally caught up to us, basically. >> we know marriage equality is moving fast when you start seeing same-sex couples tie the knot in utah. that's right, the same state that put tea party favorite mike lee in the u.s. senate and the same state that hasn't voted for a democrat for president since 1964 in lyndon johnson. that same deeply red state is at least for the moment the 18th in which -- in the nation where gay marriage is happening now. joining us now from our chicago bure
has beenleg legal in utah for a week. will a supreme court challenge change that? plus... >> i don't know about you, but my high school campus was never quite like this. just ahead, i will introduce you to a school where aviation and education mix. every sunday night join us for exclusive, revealing and surprising talks with the most interesting people of our time. tomorrow night. >> we try to be funny in serious stories which is very, very rare. >> he made radio cool with his sense of humor, insight and curiosity. he opened a new window into american life. >> before they know it we're actually able to present something new that they haven't heard about. >> talk to al jazeera with ira glass. >>> it's been a week of celebration for many in utah for the state's gay community especially, christmas came early with a ruling to overturn utah's ban on same-section marria sex marriage. the state is planning to ask the u.s. supreme court to put a hold on same-sex marriage in utah while the appeals continue. >> our jim hulee joins us from salt lake city. are we still seeing gay couples getti
in utah who is married to more than one person. a federal drug on friday struck down part of the state law that bans polygamy. the case started when the star of the tlc reality series, sister wives, sued the state of utah. the man, cody brown, along with his four, count them, four wives. together they have 17 children. they claim utah's polygamy law violated their privacy right. the law passed around the time that utah became a state now. a judge ruled the phrase in the law that forbids cohabitation with another person violates the first amendment. now state lawyers -- state lawmakers are debating whether to appeal that decision. shannon, what is this opinion in reality mean for people in utah? >> well, shepard in response that lawsuit brought by the polygamist reality show, a federal judge in utah ruled that polygamy will no longer be criminalized in that state. now, stopping short of ruling that the polygamist families can obtain multimel marriage licenses, the judge struck down the state's ban on religious cohabitation with multiple partners, victory the plaintiff's lead attorney says i
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-page decision, a federal judge in utah struck down a ban on polygamy. kody brown and his four wives have 17 children between them. they are a member of an offshoot of the mormon church. they said that the law on a ban of polygamy was constitutional and a federal judge agreed. utah was one home to warren jeffs. he was convicted in texas of having sex with underaged girls. rebecca musser was a witness for the prosecution of jeffs. she was raised in the flds sect. she escaped from the flds and joins me now. what is your reaction to the court ruling? >> i'm disappointed in the fact that people want to call this a first amendment issue but they are not talking about the real questions that need to be asked and i think it's an oversimplification of complex issues that open the door for tremendous amount of abuse. >> to you what are the key issues here? >> the key issue here, they are trying to say this is a religious freedom issue. but this comes down to the issue of consent and the grooming that happens to make these girls think this is okay and something they have to do in order to live
that made big headlines. a federal judge in utah ruled that same-sex marriage could be legal in that state. sort of a surprise because it is a conservative state. you have the mormon church that is very powerful that was fighting against that for sometime. what do you make of that decision? particularly in terms of the broader context for the fight for same-sex marriage. >> you can argue that in 2013, it was the year of gay marriage whether it was the supreme court rulings and states that legalized gay marriage. utah was the most interesting development. in all the other states that continued to have gay marriage and the 17 states and the district of columbia, they were carried by president obama in 2008 and 2012. utah is the first red state. you could end up seeing gay marriage legalized. that same federal judge that ruled it was unconstitutional would be considering a motion from the state of utah to put a delay to all the marriages that are starting to take place. this issue is not resolved yet, but a very interesting development in the red state of utah. >> mark, looking forward at thi
up on the "morning news" now, same-sex marriage heads to the nation's highest court. utah officials plan to take their fight against same-sex marriage to the u.s. supreme court. this is the "cbs morning news." court. this is the "cbs morning news." going to the kmart winter sales event? good. get up to 60% off winter apparel, and shop your way members get 10% back in points. kmart. get in. get more. >> as a kid, i made a list of all the places i wanted to visit. i'm still not gonna make it to mars, but, thanks to hotwire's incredibly low travel prices, i can afford to cross more things off my list. this year alone, we went to the top of the statue of liberty and still saved enough to go to texas, to a real dude ranch. hotwire checks the competition's rates every day so they can guarantee their low prices, so we got our four-star hotels for half price. next up, hollywood! >> men: ♪ h-o-t-w-i-r-e, ♪ >> man: save big on car rentals too, from $11.95 a day. turn to roc® retinol correxion®. one week, fine lines appear to fade. one month, deep wrinkles look smoother. aft
-sex marriage in utah is winding its way through the courts. how the fight is looking to help make couples make a life-time commitment. >> the playstation 4 is being sold for $1900 where sky high taxes raise the prices to five times what it sells for in the u.s. >> i'm mark morgan. with lebron james sidelined due to injury, a hero steps up and overrules his coach in the process. i'll explain later in sport. >> good morning, welcome back to al jazeera america. i'm morgan radford, live from new york city. ahead a major reversal for the boy scouts of america. first, a look at what temperatures will see across the company with meteorologist eboni deon. >> big changes across the upper midwest thanks to an arctic blast making its way south and east across the country. as we get through the day to day and early in the work week temperatures 40 degrees colder and in fargo 30 degrees. colder in bismark and the same story around rapid city. temperatures in the teens and below teens. once you factor into the little wind, it feels like we are at minus 41 in fargo. this is the conditions you'll see your fl
association and i am also a resident of 400 and utah street and so i am living in the close proximity to this project. we have identified a few problems with the eastern neighborhood plan and certain loop holes and way around the general ideas that were proposed and things that need to be fixed and the things that this project unfortunately demonstrates to the maximum capacity possible. first of all it is the height exception and while the mid point time on this project may be within the zone height and that roof is a useful roof and it has people on it and it has, the elevator shafts on top of it and the building is higher than the actual zone height and that may be in the permitting as it currently is, but we feel that it is outside of what the plan was supposed to represent. and there is concern about the amount of commercial space in this project and the exception that has been granted with respect to that space. >> they decided not to put that in there and as a result they are not supporting the neighborhood. >> thank you. >> next speaker, please? >>j to tell you about the proces
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couples in utah are cheering a federal judge's decision to strike down the state's ban on same-sex marriage. salt lake city witnessed its first gay marriage ceremony friday, but the state is appealing the ruling and trying to block same-sex couples from getting a marriage license. utah's governor, along with the mormon church also opposed the gay ruling. >>> target is in damage control making an apology and holding a storewide sale. the chain will offer a 10% discount this weekend. it's the company's way to try to bring a little goodwill back to customers after credit and debit card data was hacked over the past three weeks. target is offering credit monitoring services free of charge. >>> it the is time to stay goodbye to candlestick. the last regular season home game is played monday which might be the final game ever. >> it's like saying goodbye to your childhood home and some are willing to pay big to do it. 49ers gear is flying off the shelves and the memories are soon to follow. >> my parents went on their first date in 1971 at candlestick park. >> reporter: michael first
to utah with another court defeat for same sex marriage. the state attorney general plans to seek an appeal with the supreme court as early as tomorrow. this after a federal appeals court refused yet again to stop same sex marriage in the state. the attorney general's office aadvised county clerks they could be held in contempt to fail to issue marriage licenses. a voter approved ban on same sex marriage was found unconstitutional. it made utah along with washington, d.c. the 18th state to recognize same sex marriages. >>> as of last night, more than 300,000 people from michigan to maine were still without power following the storm's over the weekend. and weather is making it difficult and dangerous for others to get where they're going. john yang reports. >> reporter: icy roads made day before christmas travel treacherous in the northeast. near buffalo, new york, a tractor-trailer flipped over snarling traffic. in northern ohio, a morning pileup involving more than 25 vehicles closed interstate 90, a mathor east-west link for much of this busy travel day. with temperatures foreca
in time for christmas. more fallout from target's massive data breech. >>> utah's attorney general vows to go all the way to the supreme court to stop same-sex marriage. plus, one adorable puppy's harrowing ordeal. plus, a historic christmas at the vatican and santa shows off his water skiing skills. good morning on this christmas day. today won't be so merry for those who didn't get their package onz time. leading some to call ups the grinch that stole christmas. the company has apologized though, issuing a statement in part saying "the volume of air packages in our system exceeded the capacity of our network as demand was much greater than the forecast." it's not clear how many deliveries are affected. ups says it's a small percentage. drivers do not work on christmas. so that means most packages have to be delivered tomorrow. the company says they'll have additional employees tonight to prep the shipments. customers are taking to ups' facebook page. some are calling it an epic fail. others, disappointing, even more are calling it fraud, in fact. also more fallout in the wake of targe
could decide by friday whether or not to get involved in utah's same- sex marriage battle. a federal appeals court ruled yesterday that same-sex marriages can continue in the state. earlier this month a lower court ruled utah's voter- approved ban on gay marriage is unconstitutional. utah's attorney general's office is asking the u.s. supreme court now to step in and stop gay marriages until the issue is settled. >>> some people might have noticed some gifts missing from under the christmas trees this morning. u.p.s. is backlogged meaning some holiday gifts never got delivered on time. a u.p.s. spokesman apologized saying the consumer trend of more online shopping was a contributing factor. amazon was one of many companies impacted. they are offering a refund of shipping charges and $20 gift cards for those that were affected. >>> the gnomes are home finally stolen treasures returned to a concord family. kpix 5's christin ayers explains why they mean so much. >> reporter: people are coming from all over to see the home that the man known as mr. christmas lights up every year. >> it'
. >> reporter: what began as a hike through utah's rugged back country turned into a rescue. the bald eagle, one of our country's most majestic creatures, was spotted in trouble by taylor and his father-in-law, bob. >> within seconds, you could tell it was a bald eagle. the white head, the big yellow beak. it was almost immediate. that's a bald eagle down. clearly, it couldn't fly. >> reporter: using his new gopro camera, he recorded the experience. >> i've never seen a bald eagle that close. >> reporter: they delicately wrapped the bird, with its six-foot wingspan and razor-sharp beak, driving him to safety. >> how is he doing? >> reporter: keeping the eagle calm, at home, until wild life experts arrived. >> then it became our friend. we took it home and watched football. >> it was awesome. >> reporter: the eagle was brought here to the wild life rehabilitation center where it joined three other sick bald eagles. >> we don't have all the pieces of the puzzle put together yet. this could be the end of it or the tip of the iceberg. >> reporter: so far this month, 16 bald eagles have died from the
that this is definitely a story that needs to be going more so because the forest and somebody to be cut the utah this store you adore you. not just to take good use but you book a story to go with so many stories that too much to heart especially when it comes to you know that it's that happened out there that's an important more kids in your mind me asking her to take the speck is an important motif. heart so much heartache you know what you wanted to put in the third of the store he wanted of me in my life through with making the basic westfield offs of the movie. and don't use committee did to john. and of you know the middle of the stories that the fed pretty strongly about but at the end of the movie i could eat them. unfortunately because of the dollar will be discussed at dawn for them so he picked out some of the key wrote the stories that defy you to such moments in history was completed two of those nine months. i inked the stories that define postman emotions for people and the terps common bond they share the pic. some say that it is the noise of the boat when it predicted that a goo
can tell you, let me just name off two states, idaho where mark furman lived, and utah -- let me be clear, you think it is funny, people like me can't go to idaho and wyoming, those are segregated states and always will, they're apartheid states, are you kidding me? how many blackings are in idaho, and in utah, you can laugh because you get a free pass. >> come on, leo, i'm not your woman, and i'm going to respect you tonight. you know what, leo, i've gone to -- idaho -- so you're telling me that a black person, so a black person can't go to idaho today because what, they will be killed or lynched? you sound ridiculous, you're pushing these lies -- >> name me one black federal politician. >> hey, leo, where is mia love from? she is black, she is from utah. >> she is the black woman ran f congress lost. >> she is running again, leo. she's running for congress again. >> leo, you just said that black people didn't live in these estates. it's not true. not true. >> i got statistics sean. i'm glad you said that..8% 0.8% live in idaho. 1.3% live in utah. >> are you suggesting people th
in america today? >> sure. i can tell you two states right away, idaho, where mark fuhrman lives and utah. they don't permit blacks to go to those states. they have clubs all white and -- idaho, listen, let me be clear, you think that's funny? people like me can't go to idaho and wyoming. those are segregated states, apartheid states. are you kidding me? how many blacks are in idaho and utah? you can laugh about that because you get a fro pass, woman. >> why do i get a free pass. >> woman, woman. >> i'm not your woman and you're not my man. >> i didn't say you were my woman. >> i will respect you tonight. >> speak to me about idaho and utah. >> so a black person can't go to idaho today because, what? they're going to be killed or lynched? you sound ridiculous, you're per pet uating these lies. >> maybe one black politician from idaho and utah. >> leo, where's mia love from? do you know who she is? she's black. >> she lost. >> the black woman who ran for congress and she lost. >> she's running for congress again. >> she lost! >> leo, you just said black people didn't live in either state.
population was not codus. in fact, i don't think codus existed back then. that was the state of utah reference population where we had about 200 persons of european ancestry, and in making that determination of independence, i had to testify about all of the procedures that were done to demonstrate independence in those data. and that's a matter of public record. -- all of nothing the procedure was completely open and disclosed. now, the second question was about codus. and my feeling, as a scientist, a database like that be identified and should be available to any bona fide researcher be evaluated in any way for its validity. there have been several working groups who have done these kinds of evaluations, but i think it should be -- i think it should be broadly open to the scientific community for evaluation. >> david, what did you conclude he f.b.i. was afraid of? >> the f.b.i.'s database support a very good database for genetic research. it contains many relatives. we don't know how many. when you try to test assumption that is way, you're going get mistakes. second, they raise
to -- to thistic dramatic rescue of a dog. >> a federal judge is set to consider and address in the gaye of utah to block marriage. in a judge ruled utah's law passed by voters in 2004 actually violates gay and lesbian couples rights given lawyers of the state want the ruling put on hold as they try to appeal the decision. cracker barrel is putting all items back on store shelves. this is a reversal for the company. on friday cracker barrel announced it was removing some suspended --nde for comments he made to gq magazine. they wanted to avoid offending customers but customers said they were offended that the items were withhold. 7 on your side this in with a consumer alert announcement from apple. the company said it reached a deal with china mobile to start selling the iphone. china mobile is the largest phone carrier. apple says the newest products products,-- newest will go on sale next month. it faces stiff competition from samsung and other chinese companies. residents snapped this picture of a huge mess in a rural neighborhood. residents called on prince george's county to get that junk c
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